I am a road photographer. I encounter most of my subjects from the roadside while walking, biking or slowly driving in my roadster. I enjoy the vistas of the landscape, whether it is the wilderness, the water, a rural farm or an urban streetscape. I am interested in how those landscapes are visually interrupted by people, their structures, or the changing light of the sky. Photography allows me to arrange these interruptions in a visually interesting manner not obvious to the casual observer who often observes them in a fast moving automobile. I, like many other fine art photographers, also believe that large-scale is an important element in the aesthetic experience of the viewer. Because of the high resolution, most of my images are best seen at five and eight foot widths. I try to capture the beauty contained in the proportions, rhythms, and color of these scenes. Because of my interest in formal landscape painting, I am delighted when my photographs are often confused with watercolor painting.